County Council

Your Gateway to Accessible Local Government

Representing ratepayers across Lac Ste. Anne County's seven divisions, the Reeve and Councillors work to ensure policy decisions mirror different community needs and priorities.
Council serves as a board of directors for the community at large; setting a strategic direction, and designing policies to achieve that direction. Explore the Council sections below.

County Council to Host Meetings via Zoom

In-person meeting attendance will not be permitted unless an approved appointment has been made in advance with Council.

In accordance with the State of Public Health Emergency declared by the Government of Alberta on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, Please be advised that the County has switched to remote meeting presentation via Zoom for County Council and Municipal Planning Commission meetings.

Councillors and administrative staff will attend key meetings in Council Chambers, which will be made available for viewing Zoom; a free videoconferencing platform. Links, instructions and protocols will be made available via the County website at LSAC.ca/council prior to each meeting.

Meeting agendas and minutes will be posted to the County website upon completion and approval per standard procedure

To accommodate participants with varying levels of connectivity, the default mode for joining County meetings via Zoom is with video disabled.

Meeting Participation via Zoom

Just like in-person Council meetings, if you wish to address Council or participate in a discussion item, an appointment must be booked through the Executive Secretary at least 8 working days prior to the meeting. When you join a Council meeting via Zoom, your ability to raise your hand or use your microphone or otherwise participate in the videoconference will be disabled unless you have made an appointment.

Council Meeting Agendas

Council Meeting Agendas

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month unless otherwise advertised. Agendas are posted prior to each Council meeting. // MORE
Council Meeting Minutes

Council Meeting Minutes

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Meetings are open to the public, and begin at 9:30 am unless otherwise advertised. // MORE
Local Government Overview

Local Government Overview

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Meetings are open to the public, and begin at 9:30 am unless otherwise advertised. // MORE
Message from the Reeve

Message from the Reeve

Stay informed on Reeve Blakeman's perspective on regional matters, some of the context behind Council decisions and other County insights. // MORE
Reeve and Councillors

Reeve & Councillors

Lac Ste. Anne County Council is comprised of seven elected representatives, including one Reeve and six ward Councillors. // MORE
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Regional Statistics

Lac Ste. Anne County boasts a unique rural/urban cultural blend with agriculture continuing to be a strongeconomic stabilizer of the region. // MORE
Council Meeting Agendas

Council Meeting Agendas

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month unless otherwise advertised. Agendas are posted prior to each Council meeting.
// MORE
Council Meeting Minutes

Council Meeting Minutes

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Meetings are open to the public, and begin at 9:30 am unless otherwise advertised.
// MORE
Local Government Overview

Local Government Overview

Council meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Meetings are open to the public, and begin at 9:30 am unless otherwise advertised.
// MORE
Message from the Reeve

Message from the Reeve

Stay informed on Reeve Blakeman's perspective on regional matters, some of the context behind Council decisions and other County insights.
// MORE
Reeve and Councillors

Reeve & Councillors

Lac Ste. Anne County Council is comprised of seven elected representatives, including one Reeve and six ward Councillors.
// MORE
Image

Regional Statistics

Lac Ste. Anne County boasts a unique rural/urban cultural blend with agriculture continuing to be a strongeconomic stabilizer of the region.
// MORE